Tavon Austin is a Blur, as Evidenced by this 75-Yard Punt Return Touchdown vs. Seattle

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Tavon Austin, the former Top 10 pick who was criminally underused last year, scored a rushing touchdown in the 1st half of the season opener against Seattle, and then pulled off this magical punt return in the 3rd quarter, giving St. Louis a 24-13 lead.

The Seahawks later got a touchdown pass from Russell Wilson to Jimmy Graham to cut the deficit to 24-21.

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